St Pauls Family Centre workshop
(Beer Can Photo)
Over the past 15 years I have refined my lectures and workshops to give as much information to as many people as the given time allows.
The courses are stimulating and enjoyable and structured to meet individual group requirements, whether a primary school, a company teambuilding day or a week long workshop at a university.
Darwin - Australia
Depending upon facilities, a day's workshop can include:
Who is it for?
can benefit from encountering the wonder of pinhole photography. In the
past this has included: Primary and secondary schools, Universities, Hospitals,
Prisons, Festivals, Businesses, Clubs and societies, Teachers and (a few)
bored rich people!
How many people?
most I have lectured to is 250 and the largest workshop was to 75 (fun
but bonkers!) A maximum of around 20 is more productive.
I provide all the materials although, if travelling by coach, train or plane, some items may need to be provided due to transportation. I also (as yet) do not have my own digital projector.
£250 per day including all materials (travel and accommodation may be
What aspects of the national curriculum does the course cover?
chemistry, optics, history, art, recycling, astronomy, design and technology,
ICT, media, blah, blah, blah, don't worry about it, its fun!
children and I have loved the opportunity to do something totally different.
They have been amazed at the simplicity of photography and the ease with
which you can produce some amazing images. Justin made pinhole photography
a magical, yet scientifically plausible experience for the children. What's
more, we produced some beautiful images for our displays. There was creativity,
science, photography and lots of fun involved."
best course I've been on in 13 years - fabulous! Can't wait to get back
to the classroom and try it."